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SOUND OUT PUT

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my system windows XP sound out put is very low and sound is audible only from right speakers not audible from left pl advice me this has occurred after reinstalling my windows XP

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    o meu computador tem uma sistema windows xp serve spark2 e nao tem son e os controladores estao desativados 


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Hi, nothing to do with the re-install.
check out the audio out pin and the amplifier/speaker section.

thanks

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